Women's Champions League finals match schedule

The eight-team knockout event runs from 21 to 30 August in Bilbao and San Sebastián.

Anoeta Stadium in San Sebastián will stage four matches, including the final
Anoeta Stadium in San Sebastián will stage four matches, including the final Getty Images

The schedule for the UEFA Women's Champions League finals has been decided, with the tournament running from 21 to 30 August at the San Mamés Stadium in Bilbao and the Anoeta Stadium in San Sebastián.

Last week it was confirmed that the rest of the postponed competition would be played as an eight-team, straight knockout tournament with one-off ties. The quarter-final ties set in November stand, with a draw having now decided the venues and dates for those matches.

It kicks off on 21 August, when Glasgow City face Wolfsburg in San Sebastián and Atlético Madrid take on Barcelona in Bilbao. The following day Arsenal play Paris Saint-Germain in San Sebastián and Lyon are up against Bayern München in Bilbao.

On 25 August, the winners of the first two quarter-finals played meet in San Sebastián, with the other match in Bilbao the next day. The final is on 30 August in San Sebastián.

The Women's Champions League is back
The Women's Champions League is back

Quarter-finals

Friday 21 August
Glasgow City vs Wolfsburg (18:00 CET: Anoeta Stadium, San Sebastián)
Atlético Madrid vs Barcelona (18:00 CET: San Mamés Stadium, Bilbao)
Saturday 22 August
Arsenal vs Paris Saint-Germain (20:00 CET: Anoeta Stadium, San Sebastián)
Lyon vs Bayern München (20:00 CET: San Mamés Stadium, Bilbao)

Semi-finals

Tuesday 25 August
2: Glasgow City/Wolfsburg vs Atlético/Barcelona (20:00 CET: Anoeta Stadium, San Sebastián)
Wednesday 26 August
1: Arsenal/Paris vs Lyon/Bayern (20:00 CET: San Mamés Stadium, Bilbao)

Final

Sunday 30 August
Winner semi-final 2 vs Winner semi-final 1 (20:00 CET: Anoeta Stadium, San Sebastián)

Player registration for the 2019/20 UEFA Women’s Champions League
Due to the cancellation of most domestic women’s leagues, there will be a clear break between the 2019/2020 and 2020/21 seasons. As most clubs were unable to extend existing contracts due to the additional financial burden, the UEFA Executive Committee has decided to allow the registration of six new players for the quarter-finals, semi-finals and final.

All six players may have been fielded for another club in a previous round, but only a maximum of three of these are permitted to have played for one of the other quarter-finalists.

Such additional registrations must be completed by midnight CET on 18 August 2020.